Punishing down-tuned death metal riffs, belligerent drumming, and David Ingram’s trademark bellow.
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This will not stop until all are crushed beneath it. Prepare for the end.
The ride is dark, and often hopeless. I also find it cathartic.
This debut album sucks all the air out of your lungs and holds you under for the entirety of its forty minute run-time.
Quite frankly, I’m a little shook by how intensely good this album is.
This album is a masterpiece that will continue to unsettle me for years to come. Take note.
Miasmic Purple Smoke (the album) is a sometimes caustic, sometimes psychedelic, always crushing journey of mesmeric riffs and ponderous rhythms.
Harsh earworms crawl through the sand of the listener’s psyche like shai-hulud in your brain, disturbing, disrupting, and defiling as they sizzle unnatural pathways.
Zenith flies deep into the furthest reaches of space. Will you take the voyage?